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idioms involving touch
The economist didn’t even touch on the dollar/yen rate in his speech.
A touch of
A bit of, a small portion of
Mere-san said she isn’t terribly sick, she just has a touch of the flu.
Stay in touch
Everyone is sorry to see Tsuchi-san leave the company, but she has promised to stay in touch.
Note: Get in touch means to initiate contact and lose touch means to stop contact.
A person who is kind and agrees to others’ wishes easily
Atsuko-san won’t mind switching days off with you; she’s a soft touch.
A tense situation; the outcome is uncertain
The doctor is unsure whether the patient will survive or not; it is touch and go right now.